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What Sounds Should My Toddler Be Saying? by meta-DAD Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 11:57am Phonological Development Chart With three young children at various stages of development my wife and I easily forget what milestones each kid should be hitting. Our oldest son was a late “talker” while our middle child is an early one and our youngest is a “solid” babbler (he’s just a few months old) and seems to have a lot to say. The ... Read on »
Will The Real Autistic Please Stand Up by Jonathan Mitchel Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:19am I have just finished reading a very interesting article by Thomas Sowell, author of the Book The Einstein Syndrome. Dr. Sowell writes about late talking children. These children have this trait in common with autistic children at age 3, yet end up being able to talk ... Read on »
Truth and Consequences – The Anti-Vaccination Movement Exacts a Price by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 10:16pm “I feel like getting in my car, driving away and never coming back. I can’t stand it anymore. If the screaming, howling, humming, and screeching doesn’t stop I will lose my mind. 14 hours a day. From the second he open his eyes until the second he closes them there is noise. Even if you tell him to be quiet he sits there and says “be quie ... Read on »
ASD by Ladybugs12 Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm Kate said... I'd like to know what the process of Charlotte's diagnosis with ASD was like for you. You seem to handle it with a huge amount of grace and pragmatism but at the same time, it must have been quite difficult for you. (Or am I projecting? Because it would have been quite difficult for me.) Well, Kate's not the only one asking. Sev ... Read on »
Snippets by Steve D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:10am Our son began to speak somewhere between his fourth and fifth birthday. So basically, since he is now getting on towards six years old, we have only been "listening" to him for about a year. As is the case with many late-talkers, once he began it was as if the proverbial floodgates had opened. In Jason's case, he has a quite large vocabulary (hey ... Read on »
Fish Oil Supplements and Nutritional Intervention by apraxiamom Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:04pm Ah, yes, we traveled this road, too. A few years ago, when I was brand new to the world of late-talking children, I purchased a book titled " The Late Talker: What To Do If Your Child Isn't Talking Yet" by MarilyAgin, Lisa Geng, and Malcolm Nicholl. Wonderful book! Loaded with everything that you are probably thinking of right ... Read on »
25 Things, Autism Style by Drew's Mommy Posted Tue 28 Apr 2009 12:00am I copied this idea from a friend's blog: 25 Things, Autism Style WHERE DO YOU CURRENTLY LIVE? Dallas,TX WHAT IS YOUR CHILD'S NAME, AGE AND DX? Drew, 22months, no official dx WAS YOUR CHILD PROPERLY DIAGNOSED? NO. There were MANY MANY red flags and pleadings with his original pedi ... Read on »
Change Resistance and House Moving by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Sun 22 Mar 2009 12:00am If my posts have been a little sporadic of late, it's because I'm in the midst of moving house. We've just done a knockdown and rebuild. A project which has taken almost two years from concept to completion. Well, partial completion at least, there's still the gardens, blinds, driveway, pool etc to do yet. During that time, I've learned a lo ... Read on »
The Upside of Autism: Diagnoses with Super Powers by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 05 Apr 2012 1:56pm Although it's been obvious to anyone who's spent time in the statistic's department or IT lab, there's an upside to having autism.  We typically think of an autism diagnosis as indicative of deficits, but it can also be seen as a different way of perceiving the world and one with benefits like the ability to process more information more effi ... Read on »
Listen before You Leap by MC Milker Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:37pm Awhile back, I read that one simple tool that helps children increase working vocabulary, improve language fluency, combat shyness and even develop speaking skills is…letting them finish their sentences! As my DS was a late talker (probably because I interpreted and talked for him) I took this rule to heart and will wait excruciatingly ... Read on »